Published 2011 | ISBN 978 1 84463 079 0
This review looks at the progress made with the age extension of the NHSBSP and the work done to implement screening and surveillance for women who are at higher risk of breast cancer.
It also features a study of the performance of radiographers as screen readers, a project aimed at engaging with women in BME communities and the role of Quality Assurance in breast screening.
- NHSBSP home page
- Programme publications
About breast screening
- What is breast screening?
- What does the NHS Breast Screening Programme do?
- When was the NHS Breast Screening Programme set up?
- What happens at a breast screening unit?
- Why are women under 50 not routinely invited?
- Are women screened over the age of 70?
- Screening women at higher risk
- Does breast screening save lives?
- Does breast screening have any risks?
- What is Digital Mammography?
- Research in breast screening
- About breast cancer
- Programme logistics
- Frequently asked questions
- Programme statistics
- Mammography equipment reports
- Programme news index
- Useful links